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6 The Sun, Thursday, May 15, 1980 By Olive C. Hummel Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fetch entertained in honor of their son's birthday. Those present were the honored guest, Ron Fetch, his wife Sharlet and children, Mike, Julia and Jena. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Townes of Portland, Mrs. Townes is a daughter of the Fetch's. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fetch visited their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Harper in Hills- boro over the weekend. Also they visited Mr. Orville Harper who is seriously ill and is a former long-time resident of Willamina. Mrs. Kenneth Drake recently returned from a trip to Juno, Alaska, where she visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hole for two weeks. She helped celebrate her grand- son's birthday, Cub, who was six years old. Visiting at the Velma Ault home were her sisters, Mrs. J.W. Shaffer and Miss Joyce Calwell of Walla Walla, Wash. Mrs. Fred Hill, a cousin accompanied them. Gus Pearson is in the hospital. Visiting atthe Pearson home were his brother and wife, Mr.and Mrs. Chester Pearson of Florence, Ore. Johanna Schryvers, Mary Weber, Velma Ault, Elvie Hanson, Erna Eddy and Mary Rogers are among the mem- bers of the Civic Club who have been quilting. They have finished one quilt and have started another one. At the business meeting of the Civic Club the nominating committee was appointed, Dolores Johnson, Mary Rogers and Linda Wing. A date was set for the picnic, June 2 at Grenfell Park if weather permits. If not members will meet at the Center. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and daughter, Erin. visited the Alvin Smith home. They later took their parents to dinner in McMinnville. They also went on to visit other relatives in Forest Grove. They live in Olympia, Wash. Doris Shetterly celebrated Mother's Day with visits and a phone call from her seven children. Lynette Cross and son, Carl of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Stefanoff and daughter, Dominique of Port- land, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shetterly of Vancouver, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shetterly of Dallas, Ore.. Maxine Eggiman and daugh- ter and her children. Danni Aragon, and Katherine, and Alexandria, Jack and Joan Shetterly of Willamina, grand- daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wooden and small daughter, Ashley. One daughter, Kay, called from Reno, Nev. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Spoffard returned Wednesday from a two-week trip to Bend, Ore. They visited the 1000 Trails Preserve and also spenl time at the Indian Mineral Springs KaNeeTa. Mrs. Spof- lard's daughter, Audrey Willis visited her on Saturday. She lives at Tillamook. Shirley Rogers has entered the Veterans Hospital in Portland for surgery. Members of the United Methodist Church are busy renovating the rental next door. Olive Hummel spent Mother's Day with her daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Watkins and children Daphney, Katie, Brandie and Phil Patrick Jr. Susan Wandry of Salem visited with Doris Shetterly on Sunday. The citizens of Willamina are grateful to the Kiwanis Club for the Clean UP Day held last week. ore mills open Sheridan High School Juniors Jeanle Yeast and Anita Warwick pose with Centennial T-shirts and hats being sold by junior class this month for Phil Children' la on The Chemeketa Com- munity College spring term drama production will be a "delightful kid-adult comedy for all ages," according to director Dr. William Iron. Performances of "Annabelle Broom, the Unhappy Witch" are set for 8 p.m. Friday, May 16, and again on Thurs- day and Friday, May 22 and 23, in building 1, room 116 on Cheme- keta's Salem campus. There will also be a and decides to take them to their home. A plan by the International Sister- hood of Witches to boil the three in castor oil is foiled, for the children don't believe in witches --and witches don't exist if you don't believe in them. The cast--all Cheme- keta students--are Jean Leighty as Annabelle Broom, and David Work- man, Josie Maloney, Jim Wright, Sara Douglas, Laura Webber, Pam Phinney and Trish Bar- f 1 Sheridan Days Committee. T-shirts are $4.50 and $5 while hats are $4. City's Centennial design is on both. CO e$ ge Lorna Koening and Oralene Hoffman is Salem Sharfeddin are music director crew members. Director Iron is theater Tickets will be avail- instructor at Chemeketa; able at the door. Admis- assisting him will be sion is 75 cents for Teresa Brooks. Cheme- children and $1.50 for keta music instructor adults. VFW POPPY DAYS SALE The Willamina VFW post will sell poppies starting May 19 to raise money fi)r needy and disabled veterans. Poppy Days this year will be May 22-24. Memorial Day will be celebrated Monday, May 20. Workers Comp benefits The Director of the Workers' Compensation Department today announced increased benefits for injured workers and reduced costs ofworkers'com- pensation insurance, both effective July 1 of this year. Roy G. Green, director of the department, stated that these actions ru-n d, the instructions Gover- nor Atiyeh gave me when he took office. He told me to improve ser- vices to the worker and cut costs to the employers." Benefits for perma- nently and totally dis- abled workers and spouses of fatally injured workers hurt prior to July 1, 1979 will be increased by 7.8% for next year. These increases new per month and $526 f01 widowers. increases recently injl will be June. announced affect 3,200 spouses. 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